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What does SFH stand for?

SFH stands for Security Forces Hospital (Saudi Arabia)


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Riyadh, Rabi'I 16, 1436, January 07, 2015, SPA -- Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, the Minister of Interior, paid a visit here yesterday evening to Colonel Salem Tua'issan Al-Anzi, who is being treated at Internal Security Forces Hospital in Riyadh from an injury sustained during his participation with border guards men at Suwaif Centre in Northern Border area in confronting an infiltration attempt made by four members of the deviant group into the Kingdom on Monday14/3/1436 AH.
The summit will host more than 20 expert speakers from the most important pharmaceutical companies, drug distributors and hospitals across the kingdom and the world, experts from Ministry of Health , US Pharmacopoeia, EMA, Amgen, Baxter, Sanofi-aventis, King Fahad Medical City, Security Forces Hospital,SITCO Pharma, Banaja Holdings and more will be providing their insights about the best practices in managing cold chain products across the kingdom.
Speakers at the Leadership Summit will include: John Hoyt, executive vice president, HIMSS Analytics; Eng Sami Al-Akeel, CIO & communication director, Security Forces Hospital Program, Saudi Arabia; Andre Greyling, CIO, Hong Kong Hospital Authority; Tom Smith, chief information officer, NorthShore University Health System, Chicago; Antoine Geissbuhler, professor of medical informatics, University of Geneva Hospital, Switzerland.
Speakers at the Leadership Summit will include: John Hoyt, executive vice president, HIMSS Analytics; Eng Sami Al-Akeel, CIO & communication director, Security Forces Hospital Program, Saudi Arabia; Andre Greyling, CIO, Hong Kong Hospital Authority; Tom Smith, chief information officer, NorthShore University Health System, Chicago; Antoine Geissbuhler, professor of medical informatics, University of Geneva Hospital, Switzerland.
The Middle East Regional Office of Austco Communication Systems, VeriChip's international infant protection dealer outside North America, is installing Hugs[R] systems at the Royal Hayat Hospital in Jabriya, Kuwait, the International Medical Centre in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and the Security Forces Hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
In this file photo, Saudi doctors take part in a training program organized by the Security Forces Hospital in Riyadh.